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Poster: Compsurfah_Too Date: Sep 8, 2007 3:15pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: The Mighty, Mighty Zep

Sound great....

BUT Rhino is involved...


See below:


MOTHERSHIP
Comprehensive Two-CD Led Zeppelin Collection Features Twenty-Four Remastered Studio Tracks; The Very Best of Led Zeppelin Available In Multiple Configurations

Remixed And Remastered Deluxe Reissue of The Song Remains The Same Soundtrack Includes Previously Unreleased Tracks

The Song Remains The Same Landmark Concert DVD In Limited Edition, HD-DVD And Blu-Ray Disc From Warner Home Video

Available November 13 and November 20

July 20 2007
LOS ANGELES --

After nearly forty years, Led Zeppelin continues to inspire generations with their groundbreaking blues-infused, guitar-driven rock 'n' roll. Arguably the biggest rock band in the world throughout their 12-year reign, they remain one of the most influential and innovative groups in music history. With over 200 million albums sold worldwide, their catalog is one of the most enduring bodies of musical composition to come out of the 20th century.

Available November 13, Atlantic Records/Rhino Entertainment will honor the Rock & Rock Hall of Famers with the release of Mothership, a 24-track, two-CD comprehensive collection that spans their illustrious career. All eight of the band's classic studio albums are represented here, with the tracks being personally selected by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones. Mothership includes landmark songs such as "Whole Lotta Love," "Immigrant Song," "Kashmir," "Rock And Roll," "Dazed And Confused," and "Stairway To Heaven." The set will also include new liner notes by famed rock writer David Fricke.

Originally released in 1976, The Song Remains The Same soundtrack album of the concert film features songs from the band's three-night stint at Madison Square Garden in July 1973. On November 20, The Song Remains The Same soundtrack gets the deluxe reissue treatment, with the band members overseeing the remixing and remastering of the original release. The new version of the soundtrack includes six songs that were not on the original release -"Black Dog," "Over The Hills And Far Away," "Misty Mountain Hop," "Since I've Been Loving You," "The Ocean," and "Heartbreaker," plus new liner notes by Academy Award-winning director Cameron Crowe (Almost Famous).

Slated for a simultaneous release, Warner Home Video debuts brand-new DVD editions of The Song Remains The Same, now for the first time with all 14 songs from the original concert. The DVD features newly remixed and remastered sound, 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound, and boasts more than 40 minutes of added bonus material*, including never-before-released performance footage of "Over The Hills And Far Away" and "Celebration Day"; plus performances of "Misty Mountain Hop" and "The Ocean"; a rare 1976 BBC interview with Robert Plant and Peter Grant; vintage TV footage from the Drake Hotel robbery during the New York concert stand; and a Cameron Crowe radio show.

"We have revisited The Song Remains The Same," says Jimmy Page, "and can now offer the complete set as played at Madison Square Garden. This differs substantially from the original soundtrack released in 1976, and highlights the technical prowess of Kevin Shirley, who worked with us on How The West Was Won. When it comes to The Song Remains The Same, the expansion of the DVD and soundtrack are as good as it gets on the Led Zeppelin wish list."

MOTHERSHIP
Track Listing:

Disc One
1. Good Times Bad Times
2. Communication Breakdown
3. Dazed And Confused
4. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
5. Whole Lotta Love
6. Ramble On
7. Heartbreaker
8. Immigrant Song
9. Since I've Been Loving You
10. Rock And Roll
11. Black Dog
12. When The Levee Breaks
13. Stairway To Heaven

Disc Two
1. Song Remains The Same
2. Over The Hills And Far Away
3. D'Yer Maker
4. No Quarter
5. Trampled Under Foot
6. Houses Of The Holy
7. Kashmir
8. Nobody's Fault But Mine
9. Achilles Last Stand
10. In The Evening
11. All My Love

THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME
Track Listing

Disc One
1. Rock And Roll
2. Celebration Day
3. Black Dog*
4. Over The Hills*
5. Misty Mountain Hop*
6. Since I've Been Loving You*
7. No Quarter
8. The Song Remains The Same
9. Rain Song
10. The Ocean*

Disc Two
1. Dazed And Confused
2. Stairway To Heaven
3. Moby Dick
4. Heartbreaker*
5. Whole Lotta Love

* Not on original soundtrack release



This post was modified by Compsurfah_Too on 2007-09-08 22:15:06

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Poster: BryanE Date: Sep 8, 2007 3:14pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: The Mighty, Mighty Zep

I am unmoved by the Rhino situation. If Rhino wasn't handling it, someone else would be.

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Poster: acetboy Date: Sep 8, 2007 11:51am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: The Mighty, Mighty Zep

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This post was modified by acetboy on 2008-05-29 23:16:36

This post was modified by Diana Hamilton on 2007-09-08 18:51:34

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 8, 2007 4:29pm
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Why more product? Perhaps because the O2 arena in London has been reserved for a late November date - whether a one off show or full on tour, with son Jason on drums, remains to be seen. People who claim to "know", which I can't really imagine is anyone other than the musicians themselves, say the tour is a foregone conclusion and that the next year spring/summer stadium tour will in fact happen.

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Poster: huntr Date: Sep 8, 2007 4:51pm
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"I'm not sure why there needs to be another greatest hits
package though."


to pay all the people who really wrote the songs....









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Poster: BryanE Date: Sep 8, 2007 7:15pm
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HA! right on, huntr
Maybe Willie Dixon's grandkids can get some tuition money.

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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Sep 10, 2007 8:18am
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Actually Willie Dixon is one of the only ones they saw fit to credit.

I used to love Zeppelin but still couldn't believe the audacity of them to have song writing ( not arranged by ) credits on songs they obviously didn't write like In My Time of Dying and Nobody;s Fault but Mine.

but then I realized that apparantly EVERY ( go look for yourself ) bluesman who ever sang CC Rider and Stagger Lee apparantly wrote them. Explain how that could be?

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Poster: huntr Date: Sep 10, 2007 3:53pm
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page didnt even write stairway to heaven .. 'nuff said ..

A lot of the people they screwed for years too(k) lump sum payments which allow them to not have to change the credits ..



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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 10, 2007 3:21pm
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So should Zappa's estate pay Bonham's for the infamous mudshark story and any revenue stream Frank got off the same?

No, it's not a serious question...

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Poster: huntr Date: Sep 10, 2007 3:54pm
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If the roles were reversed and notes of franks music were involved Gail would be looking for a check..

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 10, 2007 3:54pm
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HA! Tis true!

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Poster: BryanE Date: Sep 10, 2007 9:14am
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Sheer coincidence?

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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Sep 10, 2007 9:23am
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yeah right, THAT's it. Of course I tend to cut the bluesman more slack because they were getting screwed on $, but stealing or not crediting is the same thing no matter who's doing it. Not to mention most white artists were getting screwed as well until artists like Zeppelin demanded they get what they knew they were worth. Of course Buddy Holly was way ahead of his time in that regards insisting he produce his own music etc.

Just trying to balance this is all. I have the same tendency to root for the little guy, as well as seeing how black artists were exploited. But then consider Elvis. On one hand he's getting ( undeservedly ) credit and fame for playing music that black artists had pioneered, but then look on the other hand. By him being white some kids were able to squeek it by their predjudiced parents ( or they themselves predjudice too maybe )and eventually the acceptance, as well as the changing times too of course, came back to the original artists. Hence the revivial that a lot of old timers like Muddy Waters and Missippi John Hurt ( and lots otheres ) were able to have fortunately before they died.

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 10, 2007 9:57am
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And didn't Chuck Berry think Elvis could play a guitar like ringing a bell?

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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Sep 10, 2007 10:26am
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no shit really? That tune was about him?

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 10, 2007 10:33am
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Many claim so - I have never seen anything definitive to prove it. Googling might turn up something.

Also, I've heard Elvis' "Suspicious Minds" is Elvis singing to Col Tom. Puts a new twist on the song.

You see my post re new Gram Parsons' release? - apparently the Amoeba guy is planning several more, including some live Byrds material.

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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Sep 10, 2007 10:43am
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You see, this all proves my point. CLEARLY Chuck Berry should be singing this song about Marty McFly. Remember " Back to the Future"? HELLO

I could see that being about Col. Tom except for the lovin you too much baby.

I think I read that Gram Post but I forgot it. Coincedentally I watched that Fallen Angel documentary this weekend. Have you seen it?

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 10, 2007 11:11am
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Not yet. Any good?

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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Sep 10, 2007 11:13am
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Oh yeah definately. Heavy on the Chris Hillman, Emylou, and Keith Richards interviews but why not? Probably the three heaviest collaborators with him. Covers his whole life, very personally. I had no idea ( before I saw it for the first time, this was my second time watching it )about his whole story. Apparantly he was quite priveledged with a trust fund but also had LOTS of tragedy in his family. His real Dad committed suicide, his Mom and stepDad were both bad alcoholics. Also he's painted as being more than a little out of control, kind of leaving everyone to pick up the mess because he was too drunk/high to record, didn't show up for rehearsals because he was hanging out with the Stones instead. He would come off as a Stones groupie if Richards himself wasn't talking about what kindred spirits/best friends they were. Also they cover the whole stealing his body thing and burning it. I get the idea that everyone hates Kaufman for doing it or at least the way he did it.

Amazing with the tragic picture that was spelled out that he came out with some of the most brilliant influencial groundbreaking music ever. He's definately a legend in my book.

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 10, 2007 11:32am
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Read Hickory Wind? It's good - many years since I read it. Some pan it, but I learned a lot from it.

BTW, my pal Kevn Kinney (who is on the archive) and a certain Mr. Buck (a guitar player for some old has been Athens band) do a great version of "Cody, Cody" on a Gram compilation that came out a long time back. Send me an email and I'll burn you a copy (some other interesting cover artists on there as well)

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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Sep 10, 2007 11:40am
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No I haven't read that one.

Sure I'd love a copy. There was a tribute that came out awhile back that I allways wanted to get. Is this the one with Cowboy Junkies doing OOh Las Vegas? Not my favorite on there but the first one that came to mind.

Incidently Peter Buck is interviewed on that DVD. Seems to be the only one that didn't actually know him.

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Poster: bluedevil Date: Sep 10, 2007 11:47am
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No Cowboy Junkies on this one - found old thread on it.
Send me your mailing address and I'll get it out before the polar caps completely melt.

http://www.archive.org/iathreads/post-view.php?id=72083

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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Sep 10, 2007 12:26pm
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Wow, that's so long ago that's my old post name replying to you. Didn't realize you and I went that far back : )

I'm glad someone had allmost the same name, I never liked that handle anyway. It's hard to be original when your name is John.

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Poster: huntr Date: Sep 8, 2007 7:44pm
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It goes way beyond the blues songs ...

They were awesome performers tho

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Poster: BryanE Date: Sep 8, 2007 8:49pm
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While they were the first band I ever took to on my own (at the ripe old age of 8, mind you), much of their story, make that MOST of their story is not known to me. But it sounds like a whole other can o' worms you could be opening up there, and I'm not of the mind to go fishing right now.

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Poster: BryanE Date: Sep 8, 2007 3:23pm
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A need? No "need," per se', but if somebody wants to buy it, and there's little doubt that somebody does, then somebody else will be ready to sell it.

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